A lyrical, captivating and beautiful picture book by Carnegie
Medal-winner David Almond, illustrated by Kate Greenaway Medal-winner
When a great dam was built by the Kielder Water in Northumberland, the
valley below slowly filled with water. But just before this, when the
villagers had been moved out, two musicians went back to the abandoned
valley. They tore down the boards over the houses, stepped inside and
started to play - for this would be the last time that music would be
heard in this place. In this astonishing picture book that combines
themes of loss, hope and music David Almond pays homage to all
musicians, showing the ancient and unstoppable power of creativity.
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